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The new service shows the messages of other nearby users, whether you follow them or not.
The New York City-based event organizing website is so laser focused on its mission of bringing people together offline that it doesn't have a single business development, communications or marketing person on staff.
When launching a new company, a good idea goes a long way. But a healthy dose of moxie may be what pushes a startup over the edge into success.
Google responds to Microsoft's line of anti-Google merchandise.
The San Francisco-based publishing house known for its snark and devilish sarcasm has challenged the idea of what it means to succeed with a crowdfunding campaign.
The soft drink giant fell to third place, behind Apple and Google, in this year's Interbrand survey of the most valuable brands.
Rather than lose money to customers who had installed ad blockers, the online dating site asks users to donate money to make the site ad-free.
The two advertising stalwarts are teaming up in a $35.1 billion merger to fight off digital competition from the likes of Google, Facebook and hundreds of ad-tech startups.